UCSA boosts partnership with UNESCO

Head of UCSA, Major General Ahmed Nasser, welcomed yesterday UNESCO representative in Africa, Ambassador Salah Khaled, with the key aim of discussing the means of widening the scope of cooperation between both sides.

During the meeting, both sides agreed to further boost joint cooperation, bearing in mind that 72 Olympic and non-Olympic federations are affiliated to UCSA.

It is worth mentioning that the Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) is one of the key partners of UCSA. More importantly, UCSA’s role is not confined to holding sports events. UCSA also seeks to enhance its social responsibility through sports in general and through its partnership with UNESCO in particular.

Both sides are now mulling the implementation of the first joint project in Africa with the participation of Cameroon, Angola, Burundi, Chad and Guinea.

UCSA president stated that this is not the first time to meet UNESCO representative as he met him before in UCSA headquarters in Cameroon, expressing his pleasure to cooperate with the UNESCO to serve Africa over long and short terms.bb2f627f 0f1a 4f48 b905 ed861aedd87fa0636dec e43f 476b 9f90 6263afcc0b435966c891 865a 4f13 a984 5ac9b5e747e1

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